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Ministers In Near Fistfight At ZANU PF Meeting

Ministers In Near Fistfight At ZANU PF Meeting

Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe and Lands Water and Agriculture deputy minister Douglas Karoro came close to exchanging blows during a ZANU PF inter-district meeting at Mahuwe Growth Point in Mbire, reported NewZimbabwe.com.

The publication reported sources as saying the meeting almost degenerated into a mass brawl after Kazembe failed to recognise Karoro.

Karoro reportedly stormed out of the meeting and was followed by more than half of the delegates.

The meeting at Mahuhwe was reportedly the second at which the two clashed, having done so two weeks before in Kanyemba. Said a source:

They initially exchanged words at an inter-district meeting held in Kanyemba. What happened was that on the programme, Karoro was supposed to give the vote of thanks, but Kazembe changed the programme and gave the vote of thanks to someone else. This greatly angered Karoro, who responded by walking out on him.

However, as he made his way out, some of the party members ran after him and persuaded him to return. The truth is that there has been bad blood between them.

Kazembe wanted some land there and Karoro blocked him, so that is the main source of the problem.

The situation is so bad that Kazembe is now fighting Karoro so that he loses the primary election for the Mbire constituency come 2023 elections.

He is now backing a guy called Mutukudzi who is the vice chairman for the Kanyemba district coordinating committee to be the MP. He is moving around presenting him as such.

Kazembe, who is the ZANU PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson, is fighting to keep his post as he faces a serious challenge from businessman Tafadzwa Musarara.

Karoro is widely believed to be backing Musarara, but their quarrel dates back to last year when the former reportedly blocked Kazembe’s attempts to gain control of vast tracks of land in the Kanyemba area.

ZANU PF is set to hold provincial elections before the end of the year but the lead up to the polls has been characterised by internal violence.

More: NewZimbabwe.com


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11 Comments

soja mix 4 months ago

Simba rehove riri mumvura mvra ikapwa hove dies so ngavatsvage support kunevanovada kwete fight kutambisa nguva


Mamonya 4 months ago

Padzinotungana dzemudanga ma1 anenge atanga


Gunvosta 4 months ago

Dai mambosiya vamamisana taona kuti mukuru chaiye ndiyani pakati pavo


James 007 4 months ago

Mortal kombat


Jonh Wick 4 months ago

Born ultimatum 😂😂💪💪💪💪👊👊👊👊👊👊👊🐿️🇿🇼🇿🇼🇿🇼


😴 4 months ago

Stage managed. Dai risiri drama vakakwaturana. Drama iri.


🤨🤨 4 months ago

Zanu zvamuchapedza kukwatura a nhai mi 2023 asati asvika


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Shampoo 4 months ago

Irwai murovane ku ZANU kweyu ikoko. Zvima power hungry people. Regai mukomana apinde hake in 2023. Zvekuba ma vote musiyane nszvo. Corrupt people.


Kanda 4 months ago

Power hungry bandits


🧐 4 months ago

Kazembe ava Zanu PF Provincial Chairman of Mashonaland West Province? Since when? Ko, ku Mashonaland Central akabva rinhi? Asi zvinoitwa zvekuita transfer sezvinoitwa kuchikoro? Ko, aiva ikoko ava kupi? Sei politics dzemunyika ino dziri dzekungorwisana chete? Ko,kumboitawo zvekutsvetera vanhu kwete zvezvibhakera? Ko kumboitawo politics dzekuudza electorate zvaunenge uchivavimbisa in order to uplift the electorate's livelihoods followed by delivering on said promises?


Mr ndhlumbi 4 months ago

How can u lead us we u can't lead yo selves



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